The supermarket giant, which earlier this week announced it had launched a price promise voucher scheme, is rumoured to be sticking its neck out and gobbling up eatery Giraffe for £50 million.
It is thought that the deal could see the kid’s eatery being opened up within the supermarket’s stores, letting it target a different type of customer and attract more footfall into its stores and helping it combat the profit warning it announced last year.
The move is just one of many which the supermarket hopes will improve its figures. Over the past months its restructured its stores to make them seem less clinical, while its also tried to make more of a presence in the tech space.
Last month it announced it was introducing a Netflix rival – a free TV streaming service called Clubcard TV.
The beta trial is only available to Tesco staff for the time being, but when it officially launches it will be available to card-carrying Clubcard members.